- Report: #1146960
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Complaint Review: cinaplay
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I was looking for a popular TV show and was directed to the cineplay site. I signed up for a free account, and they asked for my cc. I googled them for scams but found that Cineplay was pretry trustworthy. Unfortunately, I had been redirected to CinAplay which was a completely different entity, but didn't realize it. So I gave my info for the "free" account membership and was taken to a site that gives me the "option" of signing of for a 5 day trial of the premium membership, and not letting you chpose to opt out.
I instead closed out the window to avoid it. Anf yhen received an email stating that I had signed up for the free trial and was going to be charged almost $50! Seeiously pissed, I went back to cancel, only to find a 99 cent "conveiniance fee" to cancel online. So now I'm pretty furious. I call the number to cancel by phone, the supposedly free option, and explained that I did not want the 5 day trial, I wanted the free account that was advertised. She informed me that there was NO SUCH OPTION! The "free" membeeship is a complete fabrication to trick you into the 5 day trial for the premium fee!
To top it off, the show I was signing on to see wasn't even there!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/15/2014 11:05 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/cinaplay/internet/cinaplay-Free-account-is-a-scam-online-Internet-1146960. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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